Nightmare in Newark at the Jail of Terror
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Actors and special effect and makeup artists are invited to join a casting call for the first-ever Nightmare in Newark at the Jail of Terror, a haunted house held at the Licking County Historic Jail in October.
Time: August 22, 2015 at 1 p.m.
Location: The Licking County Historic Jail – 46 S. 3rd Street, Newark, Ohio 43055
Casting Call Details: Participants auditioning for an acting part should come prepared to do a short monologue of their idea of a creature of terror. Special effect and makeup artists should bring their resume and portfolio.
Nightmare in Newark at the Jail of Terror Details: This first-ever event features a haunted house held at the Licking County Historic Jail. The event will be held Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, October 2 – 31, 2015. More information, including tickets, will be available at http://jailofterror.com.
Contact: For additional information, casting call participants should contact Tim Gartner at email@example.com or (740) 323-2356 (leave message).
About Nightmare in Newark at the Jail of Terror
The first-ever haunted house at the Licking County Historic Jail, Nightmare in Newark at the Jail of Terror will be held Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, October 2 –31, 2015. As a building already surrounded by mystery and reports of paranormal activity, the historic jail and its 1800’s architecture serve as the perfect backdrop for a Halloween scare. Tickets are $15 or $25 for Fast Pass. More information will be available at http://jailofterror.com.
About the Licking County Historic Jail
Opened in 1889, the Licking County Historic Jail is a pillar of Licking County and Newark, Ohio’s history. The jail holds many stories including those of justice (and injustice), fond family memories of staff members who lived in and managed the jail, and hauntings and paranormal activity reported on the property. The Licking County Governmental Preservation Society (LCGPS) oversees the jail and its restoration – so the stories of this historic and monumental building can continue to be told. For more information, visit http://lcjail.org.